From "Alaska Gyrl in Crawford"
Defending the Freedom to Degrade...
War in Iraq in exchange for free access to porn sites"
Just World News
"As if they were [US-style baseball] 'trading cards', terrifying pictures of Afghans and Iraqis dismembered by war explosions are exchanged on the web in order to get free access to a pornographic site"
"Browsing through the posts is like entering an infernal spiral : each message in facts contains dreadful pictures, in an escalation of barbarity and crudeness increased by the comments of the site readers.
Inflamed messages, not horrified at all by the view of these awful snaps taken on the theater of war. One sees corpses, carbonized, without head, without members, a face in a plate, the remains of a kamikaze, an arm, legs, all that featured with inhuman comments, nearly exulting about these butcheries."
Ya - "Bomb their ass and steal their gas" then take some sick-assed photos of their mangled corpses for shits and giggles. Nice Culture.
Your Turn: Facing Fallujah
Practicing for the Homeland of the future?
Two “Green Zones”
by Dahr Jamail
"As the US-backed Iraqi puppet government flails about arguing over the so-called constitution, Iraq remains in a state of complete anarchy. There is no government control whatsoever, even inside the infamous “Green Zone” where the puppets seem to have tangled their strings."
US pushes military build-up in Afghanistan as armed resistance escalates
"Under strong pressure from Washington, a number of countries have been building up troop numbers to bolster the US-led occupation of Afghanistan."Looks like the war that was skipped over for Iraq is starting to take healthy bites out of the imperialist ass. I am so glad Paul Martin has sent Canadian troops there to bag people's heads and bounce candy off of children. Canadians must now call for the removal of our army and flag from these fields of greedy slaughter and arrogant patriarchal occupation.
Army Tries to Recruit Soldiers By Winning Over Parents
"You're a changed man," a father says to a son in the commercial. "You shook my hand, and you looked me square in the eye." The ads aim to show parents how the Army can build their children's characters and their careers."
Wow, a college education and a firm handshake...
followed by multi-generational D.U. poisoning, post traumatic stress disorder, possible extreme mutilation or violent death!